Overview of the Anti-Müllerian Hormone Test:
The Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH) test is a vital tool in understanding reproductive health. It measures AMH levels in a blood sample, which is crucial in the development of reproductive organs in both males and females. AMH has different roles depending on sex and age, providing key insights into various reproductive health conditions.
AMH in Males and Females:
In males, AMH is produced by the testes, playing a role in the formation of male reproductive organs. In females, AMH is secreted by the ovaries and is indicative of the ovarian egg supply. The level of AMH varies throughout life, starting from fetal development through to adulthood.